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About Polk County itemizer. (Dallas, Or.) 1879-1927 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 29, 1893)
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Ceaaty, and ie Read by Nearly
y Family mithin Ite Bnnndarlee.
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DALLAS, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29,1893
limitai office in Bruyinnn Brother'»
nilding, corner of Court ami Com-
L. N . W O O D S , M. D .
PHYSICIAN AND 9URUEON
M .C A L L O N ,
'hysician and Surgeon,
J. E. KIRKPATRICK, M. D.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office at residence.
- B E
LLLA8, - OREGON
Offioe over WiUon’a drug »tore.
GIVEN TO THE-
Stock Inapeeter for Polk County,
» D D K H » Hc-C'OT, O H K SO N .
niuiuaii need urgans
There is no cheek, however bright its roses.
Rut perished buds beneath its hues are hid;
N o eye that in its dewy light reposes
But broken starbeams tremble ’ neath its lid.
A tto r n e y m -a t-L ia w .
Ws have the only set of abstract books in Polk
county. UeliubU- abstracts furnished, aai n»nney to
oan. No eoraminRion charged on loans. Rooms t
and » Wilson's block, thdlas.
There Is no lip, howe’er with laughter ringing,
However light and gay its words may be.
But it hath trembled at some dark upepringing
Of stern affliction and deep misery.
J . L. C O L L IN S .
We want a reliable party to handle our pianos and organs in your section.
Must be en
Attorney and Counselor at Law,
S e lle lt e r im C fcaaeery.
Has bsen la practice of his profession in Ibis place
oi about thirty years, and will attend to all business
entrusted te his care. Office, corner Main and Cours
U, Dallas, Polk Go, Or
N. L. B utler ,
ergetic, wide awake and pushing.
T ow nsend ,
Instruments retailed to families from factory direct until territory is alloted to dealer.
A T T O R N E Y S -A T -L A W .
Office upstair» iu Odd Fellows' new
O R S G O N .
Office: Nos. 2 4 3 -2 5 3 , Wabash avenue, Chicago, Illinois
— OF ALL KINDS
. MOORE, Wholesale Agent- Feuoiflo Coast,
BOX 9 9 3 , P O R TLA N D , O REGON.
Seeing Is Believing.’
A nd a go o d lamp
^ e a d
u W ash in g to n
" S W n o t good. Simple, B eautiful, Good — thwe
I words mean much, but to see “ The Rochester ” t p
will impress the truth more forcibly. All metal,
tough and seamless, and made in three pieces o n ly .W jx -v S j,
it is absolutely safe and unbreakable. Like Aladdin’s n H&SST'
o f old, it is indeed a “ wonderful lamp," for its mar-
▼clous light is purer and brighter than gas light, w sfiS E a
softer than electric light and more cheerful than either.
O f f i.c e :
P o r t l a n d ,
k Look for this stamp—T h b R ochester . I f the lamp dealer has n’t the g e n ii I a «
L Rochester, and the style you want, send to us for our new illustrated catalogue.
A and we will send you a lamp safely by express—year choice o f over 2 ,0 0 0
L| varieties from the Largest Lamp Store in the World.
B O C H B m a L A M P C O q 4 2 F a r k P I s m , N e w F s r k C it y .
The Leading Home Company.
WS M AN I A 8 (
E O IA L iT . ,
. . . . R A N C I ON
Oharhss and Parssnages,
Dwellings sad Household Goods,
8ehools and other Publio Buildings,
Form Buildings sud Firm Property
S McCRAKEN, T. K. ARNOLD, D. D. OLIPHANT
H. L. PITTOCK. J. K. OILL, 1 LOEWENBERG,
F. M. WARREN,
J. S. OOOPKli,
S. E. rOUNO, I . P. McOORNACK.
P ro ti .le n i
H. M. ORANT.
S t-t tr .U iy . l i d M m i w w
Dealer iu drugs, chemio Is and perfumery
stationery, toilet articles, meerchnum pipes,
tigers, tobacco, etc., etc. Pure liquors for
ssedieinal purpose« only. Physicians Pre
strictions compounded day or night. Main
street, opposite court house, Dallas, t>r.
L IV E IIY
P O S IT IV E
SLY BaüTHEnS. K Vt srren SL. >ew York. Fries SO
The new addition to Dallas, lies four blocks southwest of
the court house, commanding a view o f the whole town and
surrounding country. Shade trees are set out along all the
streets, which are graded and 80 feet wide. Size o f lots—
5 0x 1 4 4 , with allleys through the blocKs.
known a n
Nor is it mere strength that the sS|t»
It serve» o f more than fight or storm twwb
The roar o f waves that clash on rockiK ft
The crash o f tall trees when ths wild wii.:
The roar of gone, ths groans o f men that die
On blood btained fields. It has a voice J
For them that far 4 fc*n their siok beds 1$**
For them that weep, tor them that faL
For them that laugh and dance an<| ol* *
To jo y ’s quirk step, as welt a t f g J b t W
The sweet, plain words we learnt a t fir
And tiiongh the theme be sad or ’
W ith each, with all, these may be m
In thought or speech or song. In pi
W hen little B*j*
Hh« cam « to n
And laid her
In her sweet I X ..
“ Papa,” she said, "I \
W hat could her pai«** -
W ith heart quite full of fort ..
I straightway bought her twor>*,,*fr||.
LAM O UREUX
T H E
P o w e r o f S hort W ords.
Think not that strength lies in the big round
Or that the brief and plain must needs be
T o w hom can this be true who once has heard
The cry fo r help, the tongue that all men
W hen want or woe or fear is in tbs throat.
So that each word gasped out Is like a shriek
Pressed from the sore heart’ or a strange, wild
Sung by some fa y or fiend? There is a
W hich dies i f stretched too far o r spun too
W hieh has more height than breadth, more
depth than length.
Let but t h is fs r c e o f tlnn a’gt
^ . ‘
And he that w ill m ay *m. ■
W hich glow» sind burns nrM
Light, bat not heat—» flasJ?,«L 9
All work guaranteed finitela sa.
J. A. BARKER. Dalla.
We are all brothers in this land o f dreaming,
Y et hand meets hand, and eye to eye replies;
Nor deem we that beneath a brow all beaming
The flower o f life In broken beauty lies.
OhI blessed light that gilds our night o f sorrow,
Oht balm of Gilead fo r our healing found.
W e know that peace w ill com e with thee to
And that afflictions spring not from the
Close figures and reasonable terms will be given the right person.
BUTLER A TOWNSEND,
D A L L A B ,
T h e » i.
»1 . a*
O’er hours n f ? . . mt 1<gJ|F..€,er forget.
These lots are sold on the installment plan— $10 cash,
balance on three, six, nine and twelve months’ time without
interest. This is by long odds the prettiest and best addi
tion to Dallas.
The years sped on. The crown o f yog t ■
Lay on her maiden brow.
Again she cam e unto me and said,
“ I want a pony now.’*
The pony came. How glad was I
T o see her happy faceJ
And on my wrinkled heart there lay
No blighting sorrow's trace.
Mr. Lamoureux i» » thorough hor*em»n, and a reliable man. Your lean,
wili be well cared for when left in liis charge. Patiouize the RED FRONT
Stable. Term» Reasonable.
Alas! how easy ’tls to give
Our treasure» o f the heart
T o those we love, but, oh, how hard
It Is from them to part.
Gor. Com m ercial and Trade Streets, 5 ,/llE M , OREGON
For yesterday *>>e came again.
Just m a child o f three.
And blushing said, “ He’s there down
Papa, and he wants me.”
-N e w York Herald.
CAR LOAD OF BUG G IE8
B it . m u « *
W h en on e nni
“ n o i w o rth n
that it U
Though prrlse is very sweet to hear
And human hearts are prone to lore It,
Yet, If unmerited, I fear
*Tis scarce a thing for sec&o to cove»
Tbe friend who, braving all my wrath.
Holds up a mirror to my vision
And shows me my ill chosen path
W ill never lead to fields Elysian;
DRUG - STORE MENS, YOUTHS AND
BARTEL & YIGGERS,
D*»l ia drag«, paint», oil«, cl a»» do*»»,
triad»«», candy, mit», tobacco ami n<>-
W ho marks my blunders, probes my faults.
W hile I with shame am Inly quaking.
Though my affection for him halt«
He Is my friend and no mistaking.
Bnt he who ever smiling comes
W ith honeyed words and flattering glances.
Whose every praise all dissent shuns
From the Corvallis Carriage Factory.
— Also carts, wagons and a general assortment o f—
You will help to build up Home Industry besides A G R I C U L T U R A L - M A C H I N E R Y
keeping money in circulation in our midst
•H B. Plummer, Dallas,